Whаt if I need to renew my TUE?

Each TUE has a specific duration, at the end of which it expires automatically. Should you need to continue to use the prohibited substance or method, it is your responsibility to submit a new application for a TUE with updated medical information ahead of the expiry date, so that there is sufficient time for a decision to be made prior to the expiry of the current TUE.

Important note:

The presence (following sample collection), use, possession or administration of the prohibited substance or method shall be consistent with the terms of your TUE. Therefore, if you require a materially different dosage, frequency, route or duration of administration, you should contact the Antidoping Center, as you may be required to apply for a new TUE. Some substances and dosages, e.g. insulin, are often modified during treatment and these possible fluctuations should be mentioned by the treating physician in the TUE application and would usually be accepted by the ADO TUEC.

Who should apply for a TUE? Where and when to apply?

What if my Antidoping Center's TUE is not recognized by my International federation?

What if my Antidoping Center's TUE is denied?

Will my medical information be treated in a confidential manner?

Contact information

How to apply to the Antidoping Center for a TUE?

Can I get a retroactive TUE?

What is a Therapeutic Use Examption (TUE)?

What are the criteria for granting a TUE?

What happens at major events?

WADA International Standard for Therapeutic Use Exemptions
WADA International Standard for Therapeutic Use Exemptions_EN
TUEs Checklist
Therapeutic Use Exemption Application Form